flemtone


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=51676]Shoes: Helping Puppies Say,



A great espressive face. Well played, sir - well played indeed. Got my vote! Now go scratch that pup!

josefdoalmazan


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Re: BRAIN TACOS



vamos!

flemtone


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Re: TIN CANS




It's not often one sees Absolute Truth on the front of a t-shirt. The concept and execution are flawless. It will be a crime if this doesn't print.

merzzie


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Re: Imaginary Friends



PLEASE resub this in another derby!

jcraven42


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Re: LADDERS Zombies Cannot Climb Them



This IS hilarious. But inaccurate... ever seen the original Dawn of the dead... there was definitely a bunch of zombies climbing ladders..so yeah.

wanderlane


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colourcraze wrote:haha.
this shirt made me go EWWWWwwwww and then giggle.



It's definitely pretty gross! Thanks!

paigeg


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Re: The Wisdon of Sodcrates Resub



Lol! Woot will probably reject this, but it's funny.

kevlar51


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Re: Rock



It's not going to last long, but I find it funny that this design is currently right above "Scissors."

gijoe317


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Re: Go Green V2



This is your template that I downloaded from this site =/

uniique


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Re: Zombies Are Real.



Thanks for the kind words, folks.
I must admit, woot's still a bit of mystery to me. *puzzled look* But yesh, what keeps it interesting is that some designs springboard to my site. It's http://www.uniique.com. Thanks for checking out my tees!

Mavyn


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Re: Raisins Ruin Everything



Allergies are the reason for my raisinist behavior.

In recipes, I replace raisins with dried cherries.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

uniique


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Mavyn wrote:Allergies are the reason for my raisinist behavior.

In recipes, I replace raisins with dried cherries.



oomph. my allergies are killing me last 2 days.

truffleshuffle


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chumpmagic wrote:I agree. Bring it back when you get a chance.

That lettering is extremely amazing!



Thanks! I tried to have fun with hand-drawn fonts this time I think the experiment went rather well if I do say so myself, hehe.

I think I confused the fine line between "abstract concept" (like love) and "thing" (like turtle). I wouldn't say imaginary friends are concepts, but they are indeed not tangible, so the rejection is fair. I will definitely try and re-submit this here or elsewhere. Thanks for your support everyone

normadelc


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Re: Taco it's spanish for taco



Wasn't Taco the name of an 80's group as well?

clynn101


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peteyface wrote:I thought for a while about that, thinking thinking this very thing would be the case, but then was like there's nothing wrong with white shirts. There should be more. Maybe I was wrong.



Nope, nothing wrong with white shirts. We just own too many. :-)

Too bad it was rejected. I thought it was funny

Geethatsgr8


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Re: When you don't Care



I can sure go through some sticky notes!

ChronoSquall14


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While I understand the aesthetic of a paper book, I really don't see why anyone would want to continue to stack books in their home. Maybe you've got Beauty & The Beast-sized library rooms, but for my money, books with no visual component are just fine on the Kindle.

And these things aren't terribly expensive.

odysseyroc


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normadelc wrote:Wasn't Taco the name of an 80's group as well?



A one hit wonder, who butchered "puttin on the ritz". I remember when I lived in San Diego a few years back, a couple friends and I decided to try this new burger joint, and to our horror sat there for a half hour eating, while Taco's "puttin on the ritz" played on a constant loop. The food wasn't bad, but we never went back, out of fear of getting that song stuck in our heads for eternity.





Geethatsgr8


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cdrewlow wrote:Pens think they're sooo smart. Darn elitists.



Same with Actions. Always thinking they speak louder than Words.

Geethatsgr8


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raytendo


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Re: Call Your Plumber



MOAR VOTES PLZ!! if this doesn't win, i need to know where else i can buy this shirt design!

ekio


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Re: EW! I’m not eating that!


Ha! I love it. ^_^

midgerock


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megsck wrote:your shirts are always very wearable. you must teach me how you distress, i want to learn!



I don't know how others do distressing but I just normally use a brush for smudging but use it as an eraser. You can download many brushes online. Pick the one that's best for you. Some prefer to make their own brushes, which I am still learning to do. But after I have used the brush as an eraser to remove or rough the design the way I want it, I then halftone the layer in a seperate session and then copy paste that layer back in to the main design and play with the saturation and color to the desired color results. I hope that helps. I use gimp so I don't know how much I just reviewed really translate to PS or comparable design programs.

Geethatsgr8


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Re: I wouldn't touch these...



I love this shirt (and would definitely need one for my 4 year old son). I just wish it said "When you're out of sleeves". The "to use" part isn't necessary. It sounds weird, and like you're having to explain the joke. But the shirt is a great idea!

effiew


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Re: d20: All Natural, Baby!



I like this shirt, but I think it falls under "similar shirts exist."











And there's more. Google D20 shirt and you'll see tons of shirts like this. Go to any con and you'll see tons more. As a geek and active player of D&D (yes, I admit it) I'd love to get a D20 shirt for $10, but I don't see that this shirt presents an original enough concept to fit within the rule set.


Geethatsgr8


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Re: Beware !!!!



It took my slow, sleep-deprived brain a second to get it, but once it hit me, I busted gut. Great job!

midgerock


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effiew wrote:I like this shirt, but I think it falls under "similar shirts exist."











And there's more. Google D20 shirt and you'll see tons of shirts like this. Go to any con and you'll see tons more. As a geek and active player of D&D (yes, I admit it) I'd love to get a D20 shirt for $10, but I don't see that this shirt presents an original enough concept to fit within the rule set.



I was fully aware of all those designs being out there when I created this design. I am a d&d nerd myself. Lets be honest, any design which deals with a d20 is going to be counted as being similar. I believe I approached my design differently artistically and made it my own. And comparing this to the obnoxious pair of d20 design is just wacky. At least my design is accessable for both men and women.

maddy2005


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Re: mmmm pie charts



i LOVE this shirt... but i've never bought a pie chart, because it's not a product.

jzlosman


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bkearney09 wrote:Yeah, that concerned me, but I still like it. But then, I made it, so I had better like it Thanks for the feedback!



I'd buy this solely based on my obsession with the Scott Pilgrim series.

chuuie


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Drat! I was actually hoping this one would have two d20s, in a manner similar to what effiew shared...
I want a shirt like that that has Woot's high production value (I actually own one of the 2-dice shirts!) Most those d20 shirts are junkers from zazzle or cafepress (neither of which I will ever buy a shirt from again)...
While the design may be similar, my interest here is still great because quality of design/shirt is lacking in current shirts available other places, and I think woot has the opprotunity to rectify that problem, if only for a 24-hour period ;)

effiew wrote:I like this shirt, but I think it falls under "similar shirts exist."






And there's more. Google D20 shirt and you'll see tons of shirts like this. Go to any con and you'll see tons more. As a geek and active player of D&D (yes, I admit it) I'd love to get a D20 shirt for $10, but I don't see that this shirt presents an original enough concept to fit within the rule set.



chuuie


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midgerock wrote: And comparing this to the obnoxious pair of d20 design is just wacky. At least my design is accessable for both men and women.




Ouch! Nevermind then ;(

Mavyn


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uniique wrote:oomph. my allergies are killing me last 2 days.



Seasonal allergies are bugging me too, but the raisin thing...well, that's a 'stop breathing' kind of reaction. So literally, killers!

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

sunflowergirl17


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Re: It's Not What You Think



hahaha, luv it

thedeejman


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Also, I just realized that I failed to spell "wisdom" correctly. Irony?

Probably not.

More likely sleep deprivation

studio1172


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Geethatsgr8 wrote:I likey!



Thanks!

amreli


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Muppethero wrote:my fav thus far.



Thanks! Of course, like every week, I keep thinking of ways to improve it now...


amreli


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Re: Grapes: Juicy and Wrathful



I really like the styling on this.


midgerock


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chuuie wrote:Ouch! Nevermind then ;(



we all have varied tastes. That design referenced just seems a little sexist for my taste. sorry. didn't mean to offend.

sunflowergirl17


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Re: Pachyderm Nut Sack



please re-appear for the "made up brands" they mentioned that will hopefully be here soon...too fantastic!

mrsjamie


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Re: Boomerang



if it just were in different colors...the text cracks me up though!